Recent research found that obese adults have lower micronutrient intakes compared to normal weight adults.
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What kind of socio-economic factors play into how much vitamin D you might be getting? Recently, researchers from Texas Woman’s University wanted to find out.
A new study shows lactose intolerance has no significant effect on stature or vitamin D status among children.
There is a great need to start looking at magnesium deficiency as a serious and common health problem. However, there are some barriers in testing if people are getting enough.
Recently two Swiss researchers published a review of all the studies of the vitamin D content of various protein food groups.
Data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) revealed a statistically significant link between magnesium intake and vitamin D status.
Two reviews have been published in the last year on calcium supplements effects on cardiovascular disease. What did these reviews conclude?
More and more, food producers are looking for ways to increase vitamin D content in foods, especially eggs. Researchers in Germany may have discovered how to best accomplish this.
Dr Cannell brings attention to prevalent magnesium deficiency and the need for more interest from health care providers and researchers.
New randomized controlled trial sought out: is good dietary counseling good enough for vitamin D or do we need to adamantly instruct on supplementation.